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, the journalist, seth ma nuke inwho is widely respected journalist who works at m.i.t. and is a witness. he lives in watertown with his family. seth, what did you see this evening? >> caller: i actually, i was over at m.i.t. right after the shooting there. and i was looking at the police scanner and there was a report of a carjacking about a mile away in cambridge. when i arrived at that scene, the police officers that were there, there were about a half dozen police cars left very quickly and headed over to watertown. i followed them over. when i got to watertown, the suspect had not been apprehended and, in fact, the police officers who were on the ground had been instructed to turn off their cell phones and were asking me for directions. this was in the middle of an extremely residential place. over about half an hour, they got the suspect out and then as you've been reporting, they stripped him and got him to the ground. that was an extremely tense and chaotic situation and there was a lot of concern by the officers on the ground at that time that there were not only explosives on the suspect
on warriors. >> dan: a disaster for the lakers. >> this is potential universe changing injury. seth curry went on a scoring binge. kobe bryant injury that could be career ending. sports is next. >>> seth curry, in torch mode, remember 50 points he had in new york. reverse layup from 3, mid-range jumper. had 32 in the first half. earlier, shake and play, a little shove. fourth quarter. seth finished with 47. now, the lakers took 53 and that helped a lot. kobe ties it. then he going down here. watch his left foot, possible torn tendon. that would be season ending and career threatening. one second left. curry, lakers hold on. >> 14-year-old youngest player in the masters. a wild round for tiger woods. surging into a tie for at lead. hits the perfect shot. goes in the water. tiger manages to salvage it. the man to catch, australian jason day who shot and leads by a stroke at six under par. a's hosted the team that knocked them out of the playoffs, detroit tigers, before the game, josh reddick received his award and that would be fitting as we watch the highlights. bartolo, he takes him deep, he a
thought, i can translate this into legislation. i think i know how to do that now. i did meet seth's mom and we decided that we would call it seth's law in honor of her, she had been in and around sacramento for a long time. so the legislation in and of itself, i don't think it's going to work miracles, but it is definitely on people's radar now and i think you hear it in the media more and more. the reason we have a suicide barrier and the reason we are having legislation like this is because of the parents and the families because they are the ones that hurt the most and i would imagine part of the therapeutic thing, you've got to tell this story and telling it in the right place and the right time can be very effective. so seth's law does require that if you witness an act of bullying, that you must report it. >> is that for anybody? >> anyone, but particularly teachers. there is a -- sometimes we see things that aren't very pleasant and if you've ever taken it to muni, you know what i mean. your tendency is to turn away. i heard the word faggot on the play ground when i taught.
and occupy do. how many more city people? seth open house. okay. how are we going to did this in 15 minutes? seth, do you want to come up and give us something? wow i totally -- the time just flew by. >> i can actually be really fast time with this update because so many folks have said so many important things about the needs of lgbt seniors but i am seth killborn. i am the execute execute of open house. our mission is enable lgbt seniors to overcome the challenges that they reach and providing housing and direct services and community building programs and before i give an update on 55 laguna and where we are with that and highlight a couple of themes i have heard throughout today and one of the theme for lgbt seniors to work with groups like open house, to work with groups like aids housing alliance and tenant rights groups to get ourselves organized about getting into some of these lotteries for affordable housing. other communities are better organized than we are in terms of getting their folks placed and as i think brian said or somebody said earlier it's a numbers game.
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and thank you that you and occupy do. how many more city people? seth open house. okay. how are we going to did this in 15 minutes? seth, do you want to come up and give us something? wow i totally -- the time just flew by. >> i can actually be really fast time with this update because so many folks have said so many important things about the needs of lgbt seniors but i am seth killborn. i am the execute execute of open house. our mission is enable lgbt seniors to overcome t
, thunder sticks are back. so is seth curry bad ankle and all. his big night and white knuckle finish >>> seth curry scoring the warriors held on. they have gone tight down the stretch for a 110-108 victory over the denver nuggets. the crowd fired up for the warriors first home playoff game since 2007. they were insane. nuggets were in charge, kenneth reid finishes with the alley-oop. look at andrew with a touch pass to carl landry. tie larson unstoppable. denver up a dozen at the half. and warriors storm back. jared had 23 and the fans back in the game. fourth quarter the rookie green attacking the amazing reverse. this game really was all about seth curry. bad apg kel? what bad ankle? tear drop finish but mistakes keep denver in the game. warriors up by 2, andre iguodala and they take the game and lead the series two games to one. >> the guy made big time plays. i'm still baffled. i know it's going to sound like a broken record. somebody owes him an apology. he an all-star. >> when we did, just go go for it and he did. >> game four of the series is right back here at oracle arena. c
, thunder sticks are back. so is seth curry bad ankle and all. his big night and white >>> seth curry scoring the warriors held on. they have gone tight down the stretch for a 110-108 victory over the denver nuggets. the crowd fired up for the warriors first home playoff game since 2007. they were insane. nuggets were in charge, kenneth reid finishes with the alley-oop. look at andrew with a touch pass to carl landry. tie larson unstoppable. denver up a dozen at the half. and warriors storm back. jared had 23 and the fans back in the game. fourth quarter the rookie green attacking the amazing reverse. this game really was all about seth curry. bad apg kel? what bad ankle? tear drop finish but mistakes keep denver in the game. warriors up by 2, andre iguodala and they take the game and lead the series two games to one. >> the guy made big time plays. i'm still baffled. i know it's going to sound like a broken record. somebody owes him an apology. he an all-star. >> when we did, just go go for it and he did. >> game four of the series is right back here at oracle arena. complex was the
st there was an article in this paper and it was a report by a guy named seth masters of bernstein global wealth management. he wrote: the case for dow 20,000, number one, investors are way too risk averse. stocks are absolutely better than bonds, and number three, the world is not going to end. therefore, he says, the dow bring itself all the way up to 20,000. and here he is. i read this article in "the new york times," but then i read the paper, and i thought to myself, let's wait a little bit as we get closer. suddenly we're above 14,000, i thought bring in seth on this idea. when you wrote it, or but you mocked -- were you mocked? what was the response? >> well, i don't know if i was mocked, but certainly people worriesing averse and many still are, and we're seeking safety in bonds, many still are. stocks right now are just very reasonably valued, very attractive things to own, and a lot of people probably should be looking at them. liz: okayment that is a very calm assessment of a flashing, rainbow-lit sign that says dow 20,000. you know, as we climb towards that, what makes
. but our market guest tonight says that approach is so 2011. he's seth masters chief investment officer at bernstein global management. good to have you with us. why are you down on dividend paying stocks as an investment strategy right now? >> well, they have gotten expensive. that's because as you said they were extremely popular after the 2008 crash really. a lot of investors who wanted to stay in stocks but wanted something relatively safe within the stock market felt higher yielding companies were a safer version of stocks. as a result, they have outperformed the rest of the stock market over most of the last four years. >> so seth, what should people do if they have their portfolios loaded up with the blue chip high quality companies that pay good dividends? can they still hold on to them for a little bit longer or do you suggest they unload them right away? >> well, i think it would be an excellent time to look at the other things that are in the stock market that we think are a bit more attractive. here's an easy way to think about that. dividend paying stocks that have relative
this story and telling it in the right place and the right time can be very effective. so seth's law does require that if you witness an act of bullying, that you must report it. >> is that for anybody? >> anyone, but particularly teachers. there is a -- sometimes we see things that aren't very pleasant and if you've ever taken it to muni, you know what i mean. your tendency is to turn away. i heard the word faggot on the play ground when i taught. the teachers were intimidated, they didn't want to be seen to have any empathy because that might reflect on them. it's crazy but that's part of the oppression. when we started to work on the legislation, i tried to channel myself back in the classroom, i taught for a number of years. we're hoping seth's law is the first of many. in addition to their reporting you also have to document, we feel like this is the science of it which, you know, sounds a little sterile when you consider the emotional loss, but that you document each incident as it happens so you have a record and you also look at the climate, the culture, and also the perpetr
by the nation's civil rights laws, and now we do. seth's mother, nothing we could do to bring seth walsh back. nothing we could do could ensure that her pain or the pain that he and his family and his community suffered through the many years that he was ridiculed and abused and beaten because he was a member of the lgbt community, could bring him back. but what we have in place there, what i want to believe with all that i am that we would have had in place at that school in sacramento if it happened now or any time in the last 3 year, 3 1/2 years, would have been not just an accountability document, but a promise made publicly that we post on our web sites so that when we leave and leaders leave, community can ensure that those resolutions become what they are supposed to be, which are contracts between two parties committed to change so that promises made are promises kept. and i assure you, as secretary duncan has said, that we significance vigorously ensure, we absolutely will take all your federal money because that is what we have the ability to do and no federal dollars on education
to be announced. i am hearing, marla, seth myers from snl is one of the guys being considered. nothing official but if that's the case, i'd vote for seth doing that. >> that's a great consideration. >> video caught on camera. the college basketball coach accused of abusing his players during practice. we have the new fallout from all that this morning. >>> plus new defiance from north korea. what it's preventing south korean workers from doing. >> what gets lighter and better looking after 40? we'll tell you coming up in business. >>> a look outside at san jose, a nice one weather wise. some overcast skies from christina loren. she'll be back to tell us when that rain is going to be coming in. stick around. back in a matter of minutes. >>> we have new details this morning on the rutgers men's basketball coach accused of abusing players, caught on tape. based on pressure rutgers fired head coach mike rice in response to the video showing the coach physically abusing his players. you can see the head coach firing basketballs directly at his players during practice. allegedly he also used gay slur
to warriors. >> they took on the nuggets. andrew had a great game. and seth curry. first up. andrew bogut, harrison barnes, no. bogut on the back. he driving to mcgee. are you kidding me? mcgee, seven feet tall. not close. andrew getting warmed up. a slam from the man down under. curry only 7 points in the first half. bogut fantastic the alley-oop. and to jared jack, warriors up 12 at the half. seth curry on fire from way downtown, got it! follows that with a floater and the foul. everyone up on their feet. 84-71. curry not done, how about another 3. curry, 17 three-pointers, make that 18. he hits not one. 31 on the night. curry takes a break after getting poked in the eye. he lays it in and thompson, richard with a reverse layup, warriors, 115-101. they lead three games to one. game five in denver and warriors can wrap and move into round two. >> lakers hoping to avoid being swept by the spurs. second technical foul of the game. he is rejected and jack is not happy. here a layup right there. and sweeping the lakers with a 103-82 victory. >>> heat eliminate the bucks without dwyane wade b
was in oakland last night. seth led the warriors with 31 points. he's a monster on the court and beat denver 115-101. won three straight and three games to one. wrap the series up with a win in colorado tomorrow. >> what's amazing is they don't have david lee. and seth has a bad eye, bad hamstring. and comes off the bench 22 in the third quarter. >>> 4:40. another arrest. the ricin letter case takes a bizarre twist. >> sequestration hits the bay area. who will start feeling the cuts starting today? >> star gazers got a rare treat. the spectacular show in the night sky. what is that? we're going to tell you. ,,,,,,,,,,,, currently in its closest, mt sible angle to ear >>> this is really cool. the planet saturn is in closest visible angle to earth. this is the view from just a helicopter in philadelphia. if you look closely you can see the rings. the planet rises at sunset and around midnight. now offering people the opportunity to see it live through the space camera. if that's the naked eye, that's amazing. >> zooming in on the camera, can you imagine what the telescope? awesome. >> the weather
possibly win play off game without all star forward david lee? the seth curry lighting it up the seth curry lighting it up in denver. sports is next the humble back seat. we believe it can be the most valuable real estate on earth. ♪ that's why we designed our newest subaru from the back seat forward. introducing the all-new, completely restyled subaru forester. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >> coming up tonight's at 1 11:00. appeal for protection. why little league teams are taking their case to city leaders tonight to get help from police. >> plus water shortage alert. first by area city to the order mandatory restriction. join us for 7 news at 11 over on channel 7. but larry is here. off full bushel basket of sports tonight. >> we had to do away with the evening sports nap that's how busy it was. situation. that's commitment. without david lee the warriors took the play book. game 2 of the play offs series. this is a great game. lee joining brandon rush if street clothes on the warrior bench. andre with authority. 12 in the first half. second quarter warriors ta
seth curry tonight? we'll have the answer for that for game three warriors/nuggets. >>> it's a big weekend. all over the bay area. >> fun in petaluma where we find our meteorologist jeff ranieri. it's nice. very nice antiquing in petaluma, too. just want to throw that out. >>> yeah. we have a lot going on, you guys. take a look at this. eggs. do you have any idea what we're here for? >> yes, butter and eggs. >> yes, yes, butter and eggs. petaluma often known for that festiv festival. of course a whole lot going on on saturday not just at the petaluma butter and eggs festival, a lot of restaurants doing all kinds of specials and flexing their muscles to show off what they have. joining us today, the central market restaurant. tony, you guys have a real unique twist on your restaurant because a lot of this stuff you make is actually grown locally? >> everything that you see here came off of a farm either here at green string or my own farm also here in petaluma, so we're unique in that. >> and what really makes that so special about the food? does it really enhance the flavors? >> we
for the astros bottom 1st/ 1-1 tie josh reddick doubles off the right center field wall chris young and seth smith score 3-1 a's bottom 4th the astros justin maxwell makes a great diving catch to rob john jaso of extra bases despite this the a's built a 7-1 lead top 9th/ lead whittled down to 7-5 a's with the tying run at the plate grant balfour induces jose altuve to hit into the game- ending 4-6-3 double play final: 7-5 a's bruins play in boston the first pro sports event in boston since the bombings here's a cool fact every bruins player lives in the city of boston an ovation for the first responders in attendance shootout tonight! keith take a look get the son of the and joe montana. and if you want to give it a shot come on in the and coach jim harbaugh. -and it is going to be difficult for nate to be drafted. >> here, to play where my dad played. it is a blessing and a curse. but you just try to ignore all of that. we just go and. >> 42,000 fans at candlestick park. always drawing a crowd and a salute the people in boston tonight. with a scoreless mexico-peru. >> >> good night. you kid
neighborhood. >> seth curry goes on a scoring binge. larry beil has the highlights and b >>> welcome back. frances dinglasan joins us now with a beautiful but a little cool accu-weather forecast. >> we'll go to live doppler and show you clear skies around the bay area. there are still 30-minute arrival delays at sfo due to traffic mat. live shot at mount tam. hazy parts of the bay and camera bouncing shows us the breezy conditions we can expect later this afternoon for the rest of us. currently in san francisco, it is 50 degrees. oakland 54. san carlos, 52 and san jose, 51. only 48 in santa cruz. we still hang on to the 40s for a lot of the morning hours. we're still seeing 40s as well as we look live towards downtown san francisco. 48 in napa but 51 elsewhere. temperatures are climbing up slowly but we're seeing really warm numbers later on this afternoon. a lot of sunshine for everybody. mild numbers inland, in the upper 70s. this breezy onshore flow will be with us during the afternoon, 10-20 miles an hour westerly winds and cooler and even windier for sunday. here is a look at pacific
is there live tonight? >> with apologies, thunder sticks are back. so is seth curry bad ankle and all. his big night and white knuckle >>> seth curry scoring the warriors held on. they have gone tight down the stretch for a 110-108 victory over the denver nuggets. the crowd fired up for the warriors first home playoff game since 2007. they were insane. nuggets were in charge, kenneth reid finishes with the alley-oop. look at andrew with a touch pass to carl landry. tie larson unstoppable. denver up a dozen at the half. and warriors storm back. jared had 23 and the fans back in the game. urthuaer the rookie green attacking the amazing reverse. this game really was all about seth curry. bad apg kel? what bad ankle? tear drop finish but mistakes keep denver in the game. warriors up by 2, andre iguodala and they take the game and lead the series two games to one. >> the guy made big time plays. i'm still baffled. i know it's going to sound like a broken record. somebody owes him an apology. he an all-star. >> when we, did, just go go for it and he did. >> game four of the series is right back here
of the playoff series on friday. the availability of seth curry is in question. john henry smith was at the practice facility and has more on the story. make that henry wofford. >> the warriors are happy to be in oakland. they arrived at oracle arena at 11:00 this morning for practice. the main concern is regarding their point guard, seth curry's hurt ankle, it could force him to miss a game. >> i would be able to play if there was a game. got tot take advantage of the next day and a half to get ready. i think i have enough time to do it. >> he is doing what he has to do to put himself in position to play. that being said, watching the video of it, i was shocked. that he even got up and walked off and came back. it looked bad. it is a special time. he's a special player. >> they say no pain, no gain. but if seth curry is feeling pain the warriors will have a difficult time gaining more victories. he says curry is one of the toughest players in the league and he would be shocked if the warriors star doesn't play in game three. >> he has played through various injuries this year. m
thriller at oracle with seth curry having a huge night. larry beil h >> katie: welcome back. you are looking from the exploratorium cam. you can barely see the difference between the water and sky. it's cloudy out there. here in san francisco, it will clear around 10:00 this morning, in the east bay, the sun is already out. hang in there. the sun is coming your way, as well. >>> in sports, tonight the san jose sharks close out the regular season in l.a. against the kiss. hoping to improve their playoff positiong. last night the warriors played a thrilling game three of their own playoff series in against denver. larry beil has more. >> good morning, with the thunder stick booming and seth curry scoring, warriors held on tight for a 110-108 victory in the n.b.a. playoff series. 19,000 plus on hand for the warriors. first playoff game since 2007. in the second quarter it was all nuggets, check out the alley-oop here. andrew, a touch pass, he had 19 points. and he was unstoppable with two of his 35 with denver up 12 at the half. and jack attack he had 23. rookie green, no fear, atta
people will keep the funding open for my treatment it's an incredible place. thank you >> hi i'm seth. i'm 59 years old i've would here for over 319 years i've seen the beginning of hiv aids. i tested positive in 1987. my partner and i were able to survive and i've now been with a partner for 18 and a half years. the changes that have occurred in the last six months i became very, very much hiv problematic on many areas including my kidneys etc. i realize with my loss of balance and my not been able to control myself i can't stay-at-home. my partner would have to leave work and take care of me day and night or i would wind up at a general hospital or be fortunate enough to know two words in the last few years. their words and my tree. i've been at my tree for the last two years and anyone who was the fortunate to go to my tree will have a full, full exciting life ahead of them. >> thank you very much. next speaker >> god bless my tree. hi i'm eddy. i'm the physician i direct the woman's program. i'm here to express one reason for the board of supervisors and for the mayor to back hil
and seth them to in our economies is the keys key to success and we're making progress. san francisco unified continues to be the hive urban development are high. we've seen double digit high-grades among our latin and africa kids >> results are being recognized for our achievement we received a federal grab the to bring job training in our mission neighborhood. the supervisor knows about this. these gains are possible because reforms are underway the partnership are in place. for our kids to succeed in this economy we must do more. that's why this year i will propose in my budgeted more
given seth green a little more respect. because the veteran actor is way ahead of hollywood on the technology curve. how he's helping change things in tinsel town later on the "closing bell" on cnbc. back in a moment. but i wondered what a customer thought? describe the first time you met. you brought the flex in... as soon as i met fiona and i was describing the problem we were having with our rear brakes, she immediately triaged the situation, knew exactly what was wrong with it, the car was diagnosed properly, it was fixed correctly i have confidence knowing that if i take to ford it's going to be done correctly with the right parts and the right people. get a free brake inspection and brake pads installed for just 49.95 after rebates when you use the ford service credit card. did you tell him to say all of that? no, he's right though... >>> welcome back. in less than half an hour, former kpmg partner scott london will be formally arraigned. jane wells is at the courthouse in downtown los angeles, where we'll get our first look at london. jane? >> reporter: hi, maria. yes
. which is just west of cambridge. right now we have eyewitness seth manuken, an mit professor. seth, what have you been hearing -- what are you hearing right now? >> right now, pretty much the same thing you are. what is so incredible is that for much of the day much of boston felt like a ghost town. i was in new york city on 9/11 and lived in lower manhattan. that's the only thing that i can compare what was going on here today to. the streets were almost entirely deserted. major thoroughfares like common wealth avenue and beacon street essentially had no one on them. just before 7:00, the shelter in place order was lifted. and so almost immediately you started to see busses and subway cars come out. more people were on the streets. more people driving around. at that point i was intending to go to last night's scenes in watertown. when i went it cover it, my car ended up inside the perimeter. i couldn't get it out. i figure once they lifted the shelter in place order, i could get it. no sooner had i stepped out of my house than just a scream of police cars and ambulances headed toward w
and recognition and help the superintendents and school officials so that what happened to seth walsh here in tehachipe where for years he was subject to bullying and harassment makes the leaders in schools realize they have a responsibility and also gives them tools in ways they haven't known they had before to do something about it. it is also, though, not just about civil rights enforcement. when we talk about bullying and harassment there is no federal definition of bullying. in fact, one of the things we're working on is getting a common definition so we know what that means. and tom and i have an enormous amount of jurisdiction and team support to help ensure that when it comes to race, when it comes to color and national origin and sex and disability that there is some real teeth behind that, but it also is about students that are bullied and harassed because they are short, because they might act differently or unique. that's where we have to provide the kinds of tools and supports and training to superintendents, like -- i see another one over there, tony smith from oakland, the
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